This is UMoria 5.5.2, compiled for IBM-PC's (MS-DOS/WINxx) using DJGPP v2.01 and PDCurses v2.2 (both available on your local SimTel FTP mirror)
DJGPP is a 32-bit, protected-mode compiler, which means that programs compiled under it require an 80386 or higher to run. If you do not have a 386 or higher, you will need to use MOR55288.ZIP instead. I'm not certain of the memory requirements, but I'm sure that a meg or two of extended/XMS/EMS memory should be sufficient (see DPMI note below). Also, the executable file for the DJGPP version of UMoria is just over 400kb, so you will not be able to fit it on a 360kb 5.25" floppy disk (not that anyone has those anymore =).
The files in this directory are necessary to run UMoria (and you should
modify moria.cnf for your system), while the documentation is in the
.\doc subdirectory. If you plan to always run UMoria under a DPMI operating system, you may delete CWSDPMI.EXE and CWSDPMI.DOC (see DPMI note below).
DJGPP programs require a DPMI server to run. Many operating systems, such as Windows, provide DPMI services. However, if you are not running under such an operating system, the DJGPP version of UMoria will automatically look for a program called CWSDPMI (which I have included) and use it as a DPMI server. CWSDPMI will manage extended/XMS/EMS memory for DJGPP, and will even create a
swapfile to use disk space as memory if necessary, so if you run out of memory when running the DJGPP version UMoria under Windows, you may wish to try running in DOS mode so that CWSDPMI will be used. Please refer to CWSDPMI.DOC for more info.
One last thing worth mentioning is that the DJGPP version of UMoria will automatically create a new scores file if none is found. Thus you may now reset the high scores by deleting the scores file. However, I have decided to include a blank scores file for consistency/compatibility (e.g. if you copy the Borland version's binary, umoria.exe, over the DJGPP one, it will work).
Any suspected bugs in UMoria should be reported to the maintainer, David Grabiner, Grabiner@math.lsa.umich.edu (please note the change of address). Be sure to include version/platform information with your report.